ComSoc’s Jail’N’Bail tops $5,400 in donations to Canadian Cancer Society

Posted on March 06, 2015

Third-year Commerce student Steadman Dinning was nominated for the “crime” of excessive fundraising for his myriad start-ups.
Third-year Commerce student Steadman Dinning was nominated for the “crime” of excessive fundraising for his myriad start-ups.
Kingston, ON - March 6, 2015  — Commerce students, faculty and staff jailbirds were held behind bars in the BMO Atrium of Goodes Hall until bailed out by generous supporters on March 3rd. In addition to Prof. David McConomy and Commerce Office staff, 30 Commerce students were nominated by their peers to do time for having committed a variety of creative infractions.

By the end of the afternoon, $5,400 in donations had been raised to benefit the Canadian Cancer Society. This fourth annual Jail-N-Bail event was organized by the Commerce Society’s Outreach Commission.


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